Cold Steel Mini Tuff Folding Knife
Cold Steel Knives has released this very cool little folding pocketknife. The Mini Tuff features a tiny, razor blade like blade that really reminds us of a Kiridashi style. The handle offers a variety of ways to grip the knife and to hold it for a variety of tasks. They are really nicely made and offered at amazing pricing.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus TUF Urban Fixed Blade
Boker Knives produces another great fixed blade knife. Once again Boker takes a great and innovative design by some great craftsmen and has it produced at the top quality Asian factories at amazing prices. In short- you get the best designs at the best prices. This knife makes a great camp knife because of its medium size and easy carry options. It will work well in a camp kitchen. It would make a nice bushcraft knife with the wide, flat ground hard steel blade. The shape of this knife is really unique with a great handle made of dark Cocobolo wood that cradles your hand. Blade shape is wide and flat ground. The blade is nicely polished 440C – which is a steel that a lot of users respect quite a bit. The sheath design is also new and innovative. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Knives Illustrated has a new web site that looks great!
The KnifeCenter of the InterNet has been advertising in Knives Illustrated for many years. Knives Illustrated now has a really nice web site that you should check out. It features some really informative videos and all kinds of resources that every knife lover should have at their disposal. They have links to wholesale suppliers (all you really need is the Knifecenter, however) as well as a slew of forums, some you may never have heard of. Plus you have links to organizations, Knife Manufacturers, lists of upcoming shows and more.
Check our Knives Illustrated’s new site- and let them know you found it from us!
These finally arrived after a 7 month wait!
There are many pocketknives and multitools designed in a credit card shape, and supposedly meant to be kept in your wallet. But most of these knives are a little bit too bulky to actually fit in the credit card pockets of your wallet.
Not so with the Iain Sinclair CardSharp. The CardSharp utilizes a creative and unique folding method to allow the knife to maintain a much smaller profile. This pocket knife easily fits into the same space as a couple of credit cards. The secret is the almost-one-piece design; the knife lacks the liners and pins that add to the thickness and weight of a normal pocket knife. Additionally, once fully deployed, there are no concerns about the knife closing when you do not want it to.
See these knives at www.knifecenter.com
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Microtech 129-7 Select Fire Manual Folding Knife
The brilliant Microtech SF manual openers. These are the winner of the Blade magazine’s Most Innovative American Design for 2011. These, top-of-the-line folding knives are incredibly well engineered and produced by one of America’s foremost arms manufacturers and the quality shows all the way through. The grip is configured to give a really tight and secure hold in regular or reverse grip mode. In fact, the handle allows for a variety of grips including a close in, choked up grip utilizing the jimping on the top of the blade and the finger groove at its base. Handle material is aluminum with carbon fiber inserts. The blade is wide and cuts quickly and powerfully with a saber / flat ground S-35-VN stainless steel. The opening pin is large with a unique design. The backspacer on the handle is anodized with one of several colors. The pocket clip is large and very utilitarian configured for tip-up carry. As usual with Microtech products, the “walk” and “talk” of this knife is incredible. The sounds of both opening and closing feel like you are engaged with a super-engineered, custom made hand tool. You can see this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Nobody delivers better tactical folders for less than 15 bucks than Smith & Wesson and these new Special Tacticals are no exception to that rule! These knives are available with steel handles in a satin finish or urban camo with tanto blades, and with plain or combo edges. You can see all of them at www.knifecenter.com or check out other products by Smith & Wesson.
The Bushcraft wilderness survival method from Australia is quickly becoming popular in the northern hemisphere, and Mora of Sweden has a full range of knives for your training! Mora knives have a long history dating back to the medieval times. Tested and proven, the Mora style remains in use throughout Scandinavia today and has become popular with bushcraft enthusiasts due to the simplicity and maintainability of the Mora design. You can see these knives at www.knifecenter.com (Bushcraft Survival featured in the above picture)
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